The Oregon Department of Administrative Services announced its plan to end reimbursement standards for remote work that were established during the COVID-19 pandemic

Medford, OR – According to the state officials, the reinstated policy, which comes at the direction of Governor Tina Kotek, will end the pandemic-era practice of reimbursing employees who work remotely, including those who work out-of-state to travel to their offices in Oregon.

Under the revised policy, which returns to Oregon’s remote work guidelines pre-pandemic, state employees will continue to be allowed to work remotely as approved by their agencies.

Remote employees will no longer be reimbursed for commuting to the office.

This policy will go into effect on September 1, 2023, which will enable DAS to properly prepare and provide notice to employees about changes to the remote work policy around reimbursement.

No other information is available at the moment.

This is a developing story and it will be updated as new information become available. 

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